There are several ways to keep up with the parish news items posted to this site. The most obvious way is for you to visit our web page regularly to see what’s new. We now offer a more efficient way, though — you can subscribe to our RSS news feed.
It stands for Really Simple Syndication, and what it means is that you can choose how you want to get our news.
How does it work?
Imagine this scenario: you have 27 — or 270! — favourite websites. Perhaps some of them are Zenit, EWTN, and Fides. Every day you visit them all to see what’s new. But that takes time, and sometimes you arrive at a website only to find that there are no changes, or that the new items don’t interest you.
Here’s a different approach. You use an RSS news aggregator (a software program or a special website) to subscribe to the RSS news feeds of those sites you like. For example, let’s say you subscribe to the feeds for Zenit, EWTN, and so forth. Now when you have a few minutes to spend on the internet, you look at your RSS news aggregator to see what’s new.
At a glance, you see which sites have updated content, and you can skim the headlines to see if anything interests you. Click on a headline and you’ll see the new article, all within your aggregator. You don’t even have to visit the website whose news you are following, although it’s just a click away if you do want to see how the article appears on the site.
With this method, you can keep up with new content on numerous websites, and you won’t waste any time while doing it.
How do I get started?
You may want to download one of the many RSS aggregator programs for your computer.